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ARCHIVE: February 2011

Win a Change 3 Things T-shirt!
February 22, 2011 10:16 am | by
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To celebrate reaching 5,000 "Likes" on the Change 3 Things Facebook page over the weekend, today we're giving away some Change 3 Things items to help you strike up conversations about cloth diapering. We have a Change 3 Things t-shirt, silver silicone reminder bands, and Share Cards with some quick facts that you can hand out to those who ask you about the benefits of cloth diapering. Today, we're giving away Change 3 Things promotional packs that will each include a t-shirt, 10 reminder bands and 25 share cards. To enter to win one of 10 packs we'll be giving

 
Help! My diapers are stained
February 21, 2011 6:04 am | by
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As baby grows and changes, you may encounter substances that stain your cloth diapers from time to time. Certain foods, such a blueberries, or other substances you or your little one ingest (like medications or vitamins) can affect the color of the output.We get lots of questions here at Cotton Babies about how to deal with stains. Our first recommendation is to bleach your cloth diapers once a month. We recommend 1/4 cup of bleach added to the hot wash cycle if you have a high efficiency machine. You may use up to 1/2 cup of bleach if you have a

 
Change 3 Things materials
February 18, 2011 6:02 am | by
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Earlier this week we shared with you the Change 3 Things Challenge for 2011. The goal is to have 100,000 parents committed to change at least 3 diapers a day. We believe 3 diapers is a manageable goal for that almost any parent can do. To assist you as you share the benefits of cloth diapering with others, we've created some promotional materials. We've created a t-shirt and a silicone band that you can wear. Our hope is that these materials serve as conversation starters. We also have designed Change 3 Things Share Cards with some quick facts that you can hand

 
Nurses for Newborns
February 17, 2011 2:26 pm | by
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Last November, we introduced to our customers a way to donate Econobum cloth diapers to families in need. You, our customers, responded with great enthusiasm. Since then, we've been working behind the scenes to provide these diapers to families in a way that not only meets a need, but provides the education necessary to make a family successful in cloth diapering.Yesterday, we introduced our product to St. Louis area Nurses for Newborns. It never gets old seeing the wave of realization cross the faces of those who truly understand how modern cloth diapers work and how it can change a

 
14,000 Facebook Fans!
February 15, 2011 6:06 am | by
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Wow! You like us, you really, really "Like" us. 14,000 of you to be exact. What a made this surprise especially sweet is that we hit this lovely milestone on February 14!So, as our little way of saying "Thanks" for your public display of affection on Facebook, we want to show you how much we appreciate our customers.Today, we'll be giving away your choice of either bumGenius Artist Series Tiny Socialite Collection cloth diapers or solid color bumGenius 4.0 cloth diapers to random commenters on this blog. All you have to do is tell us your favorite way of showing

 
Change 3 Things: 3 cloth diapers. One planet. Big impact.
February 14, 2011 11:24 am | by
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Today, we are unveiling our 2011 cloth diaper awareness campaign, Change 3 Things. In an effort to promote general consumer awareness of cloth diapering, we have set some big goals for 2011.Our goals: 100,000 parents committed to change 3 cloth diapers per day.* 30-50 million pounds of prevented landfill waste* 100 million disposable diapers not purchased.* $24 million of combined savings for participating families** How do I join? Click "Like" on the Change 3 Things Facebook page. Share the page with your friends on Facebook, Twitter and the blogosphere. Change 3 cloth diapers per day. Why three diapers?We are busy

 
SALE: Econobum Single Packs Buy 1, Get 1 Free
February 10, 2011 7:57 pm | by
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Beginning today, we are having a Buy 1, Get 1 Free sale on our Econobum single packs. This includes the white, zinnia, moonbeam and ribbit color trimmed diapers we know you love. Why Econobum?Econobum™ is the cloth diapering solution for every budget! Save money while making the environmentally friendly choice to cloth diaper little one's bum. The one-size cover and prefold adjusts to grow along with your little one.Each Econobum Single Pack includes 1 one-size cover and 1 one-size prefold.Econobum features:• A waterproof shell, so no extra cover is needed.• Form fitting elastic to prevent leaks.• Easy to use snaps.•

 
Lost That Lovin’ Feeling?
February 9, 2011 6:05 am | by
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Disclaimer: Today on the blog we are talking about sex. If you have children who can read and don't want to have an awkward conversation, we recommend reading this with some privacy. We're addressing this issue today because it was a highly requested topic last fall when Cotton Babies customers suggested topics for Real Mom Talk.Previously, we've discussed in Real Mom Talk about some of the physical changes that occur in our bodies post birth. Today, we're going to discuss a bit about how to deal with the psychological changes. In those early baby days, you battle sleep deprivation, delivery recovery,

 
bumGenius BabyLeg Bonanza – Take 2
February 8, 2011 6:09 am | by
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A few weeks ago we shared with you about our new bumGenius BabyLegs colors, now available in Bubble, Sweet and Noodle. Today, we are giving you a chance to win a pair of these fabulous new bumGenius BabyLegs! Bubble is a light lavender color; Sweet is a pale mint green and Noodle is a cream color. All you have to do is leave a comment below with your favorite Cotton Babies cloth diaper product and bumGenius BabyLeg combination (i.e. Flip Moonbeam with snaps and William BabyLegs or Econobum with Ribbit trim and Rory BabyLegs). Feel free to share a photo